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is the only option. >>> but first -- >> three words that describe whitey bulger. >> stone-cold killer. >> he was a mobster the fbi could not catch. deborah feyerick takes you inside one of the biggest manhunts in fbi history. >>> the church bells of saint monica, near the harbor in south boston, have sounded for generations of irish immigrants. it's a tight-knit community that has always protected its own. a place james "whitey" bulger, one of boston's most notorious gangsters, called home. bulger learned to fight and survive on the mean streets of south boston, known as southie to locals like john shay who decades later would work for bulger. >> the guy was legendary. >> he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early. arrested in his teens, he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blond hair earning him the name "whitey," a name he is staid to disguise. with his rugged good looks and reckless flamboyance, bulger imagined himself boston's version of hollywood's gangster, jimmy cagney. but instead of red carpets, he was headed to alcatraz.
protected its own, a place james "whitey" bulger called home. he learned to fight and survive on the mean streets of south boston, known as southy to locals like john shay who, decades later, would work for bulger. >> the guy was legendary. >> he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early, arrested in his teens, he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blonde hair earning him the name "whitey," a name he is said to despite. with his rugged good looks and reckless flamboyance, he imagined himself as boston's version of jimmy kagny. but instead of red carpets he was headed to alcatraz. a string of bank robberies landing him ten years in federal prison at age 25. did he his time and upon release vowed he would never, ever go back. >> they had no hard proof. >> reporter: "boston globe" reporters dick layered and jared o'neill ultimately reportsed the deal he cut to make sure of that. >> he go out of prison in 1965 and we started doing research in 1988. he hadn't gotten so much as a parking ticket. >> reporter: whitey bulger fresh from pris
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first look at former gangster whitey bulger on the day the judge makes an important decision. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. it wasn't one mistake but failure after failure that has the government plugging holes in u.s. airport security tonight. nearly ten years after 9/11, a a man of noornlgian dissent, olajide noibi, was still able to board a commercial jetliner with none of the commercial documents and no trouble at all. the story is infuriating if you've ever fumbled with luggage, a ticket, a boarding pass and an i.d. while waiting to get through that first checkpoint of the t.s.a. bob orr is in washington with late information. bob, what are you hearing? >> reporter: well, scott, as you said, this is a fundamental failure of the most basic u.s. aviation security policies. a man with no valid boarding pass, no valid ticket, was cleared through a checkpoint and took a cross-country flight. virgin america flight 415 had taken off from new york's kennedy airport and was already in the air heading for los angeles las
at this morning's top stories. >>> and reputed mobster whitey bulger says he is innocent of the murders he's accused of, all 19 of them. before they can attach and snack on us. frontline plus kills but doesn't repel. any tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach and make a meal of us. [ male announcer ] ask your veterinarian about k9 advantix ii. for his dentist, the choice is clear. fact is, more dental professionals brush with an oral-b toothbrush than any other brush. trust the brush more dentists and hygienists use, oral-b. >>> on the "cbs morning news," here's a look at today's weather. dry and very hot conditions will continue in the southern plains. storms will bring much needed rain to parts of the southwest and southeast. the northeast a few stray showers along the coast. >>> here's another look at this morning's top stories. casey anthony will be sentenced today for lying to police and could be set free. tuesday she was found not guilty of killing her daughter, caylee. >>> and congressional leaders meet with president obama at the white house today for another round of talks
to blow up planes. nancy cordes investigates. as whitey bulger pleads not guilty to 19 murders. jim axelrod talks to those who know him best. >> he's a fraud. he's a rat. and king rat at that. >> pelley: amazing pictures of a dust bowl scene in phoenix. ben tracy tells us why we're having such violent weather. and the right stuff at the wrong time. mark strassman with the astronauts watching the shuttle program come to an end. >> i'm not going to lie to you, being an astronaut was like the coolest job ever. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. in the age of suicide bombers, maybe it was only a matter of time. tonight federal authorities are warning airlines that terrorists might have explosives surgically implanted in their bodies. this is apparently just an idea that the terrorists are talking about. federal officials told us today they have not uncovered an actual plot. but the notion creates problems for airport security. and we asked nancy cordes to tell us about the possibilities. >> reporter: the devices the t.s
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boston crime boss whitey bulger formally arraigned minutes ago. accused of 19 murders. his plea, not guilty. >>>and a shocking new warning today from homeland security. would-be terrorists surgically implanting bombs into their bodies to smuggle them on to planes. >>>and the president holding a first ever twitter town hall. >>> but we begin with this. celebrities, murder and terror victims, many of their phones hijacked. it is going to show you that some journalists will do anything to get a scoop on a story. british hackers from the news of the world newspaper allegedly hacked into cell phone voice mails, including that of murdered british teen, milly doweler. police say the hackers deleted some of doweler's messages. if so, they may have interfered with a murder investigation. news of the world is part of the rupert murdoch media empire. several employees have already been interviewed by police. the "new york post" calls the allegations deplorable and unacceptable. rebecca brooks, the editor of "news of the world" at the time says she is, quote, sickened that these events are
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, former fugitive, reputed mobster whitey bulger why his reputation on the street made the toughest tough guys tremble. >>> haunting videotapes made by the couple who kidnaped jaycee dugard, held her captive for 18 years. these videos show them stalking children on playgrounds, both at the same time. they even videotaped parole officer whose visited their home and failed over and over again to find jaycee dugard. every parent should see these tapes. we'll be right back. there's bugs, leaves, lint, crud. you'll be breathing that. i do believe it's part of a locust. make sure your alignments good. your brakes are good. you've got all sorts different things that you check off. your fluid levels. pretty much everything you could need. it gets done. it gets done quickly. and it gets done correctly. the works fuel saver package, just $29.95 or less after rebate. only at your ford dealer. you're a doctor. you're a car doctor. maybe a car doctor. with new extra-strength bayer advanced aspirin. it has microparticles, enters the bloodstream faster and rushes relief to the site of pain. it's clinica
james whitey bulger will enter a plea on 19 murder charges. bulger was captured in southern california last month after 16 years on the run. molly line is live in boston. molly, the victim's families have been waiting a long time for justice. >> reporter: absolutely. you know, many of the alleged murders that he is accused of committing occurred in the early '70s and '80s and '90s, so the victims have been waiting, for some of them, upwards of 30 years to see justice in the case. whitey bulger, authorities say, also didn't -- if someone was informing against him, they could easily become one of his victims, men, women, there were ex-girl friends, a girlfriend of his associates, rival gangster, millionaires, a number of different types of people. on this -- also on this list of victims that authorities believe whitey bulger participated in their murders, innocentby standers as well, one of the innocentby standers is michael donahue, his son tommy has been following this case very closely since whitey bulger returned to boston and here's what he had to say: >> don't be fooled by this old
count sweeping federal indictment charged that james whitey bulger participated in 19 murders in the '70s, '80s and '90s. victims were women, men, one was a millionaire. rival gang associates. fellow mob members. ex-girlfriends. girlfriends of associates and innocent bystanders. like one man michael donn dona, his family spoke outside the courtroom today. >> they did murders in broad daylight. my father was killed 150-yards from here in broad daylight. i wouldn't be -- i think the worst of him. >> reporter: some of the family members waiting for justice for over 30 years. shep? >> shepard: we heard from whitey bulger's attorney today, right? >> absolutely. and he says the prosecutors have had 20 years to prepare the case. he has had about five days. his name is j.w. carney. one of the better known defense attorneys in boston. seasoned guy. he says that right now whitey bulger has been nothing but courteous and respectful to him and he believes he can get a fair trial in boston and it is premature to consider moving the venue at this time. >> shepard: britain's prime minister says his cou
from a mob boss james whitey bulger with his long time companion. authorities are trying to figure out where the former fbi most wanted fugitive lived necessary years in california without police knowing. >>> soldiers in western mexico discovered the country's largest marijuana plantation ever. a huge field covering almost 300 acres four times larger than the previous record. visitors to yosemite national park will be treated to a rare night time phenomenon this weekend. a moon bow appears when light from the full moon shines through mist released by the park's many water falls. beautiful there. here's an early look at how wall street will kickoff the day. the dow opens at 12,534 after falling 50 points and the s&p drop and the nasdaq sanction 34. in tokyo, the nikkei rose 38 points and in hong kong the hang seng lost 64. stocks fell thursday as ben bernanke backed off and more fed stimulus could be on the way. clarifying statements that drove markets higher, bernanke stressed the central bank would inject more money into the economy only if things got much worse. now is not the time.
mob boss "whitey qul bulger. here is a preview of the special this weekend. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early. arrested in his teens, he was robbing banks by 20. his lock of blond hair earning him the name "whitey," a name he is said to despise. he imagined himself as boston's version jimmy cagney. but he headed to alcatraz at age 25. he did his time and upon release vowed he would never ever go back. >> they had no hard proof. >> boston globe reporters ultimately uncovered the deal he cut to make sure of that. >> he got out of prison in 1965, and we started doing research in 1988, and he had not got so much as a parking ticket. >> bulger fresh from prison was a informer. >> he went on a killing spree. >> he was making his move with this man, "the rival man." >> back in those days before dna was in use to identify victims, he would personally get involved in cutting off the fingers or hands of the victims and extracting their teeth. >> now a cnn consultant ran one department. >> bulger, 81 years old now, is he going to cave and tell the authorities what they want to kno
accounts is a stone cold killer. we're talking about the notorious mobster james whitey bulger, captured last month after 16 years on the run. we have a preview of a cnn special report. quite a story here, deb. >> it really is. james whitey bulger was arguably the undisputed king of south boston's criminal underworld. nothing happened without bulger knowing about it and getting a piece of it. he shook down bookies and loan sharks. he charged thousands in rent to br bring cocaine and marijuana. and if though someone was going to get the better of him, he got to them first. today, the damage done by whitey bulger haunts boston and the families of his many alleged victims. bulger's life of crime started early. arrested in his teens, he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blond hair, earning him the name whitey, a name he is said to despise. with his hugged good looks and reckless flamboyance, bulger imagined himself boston ear version of hollywood gangster jimmy cagney. but instead of red carpets he was headed to alcatraz. a string of bank robberies land him in federal prison at age 2
will taxpayers be footing the bill for mobster whitey bulger's attorney? >>> suspended. the comment about president obama that got this popular political commentator kicked off the air. >>> weather and traffic on the ones. good morning. i'm meteorologist tom kierein sth 1st day of july. starting off with a clear sky. it is cool once again. upper 50s to near 60 in the suburbs and rural areas. in washington, now 74 at reagan national. right near the bay, upper 60s. there's the washington monument under a clear sky. sunrise at 5:47. by 6:00, upper 70s. lots of sun with low humidity and a light northerly breeze. then overnight tonight we'll be clear. a mild evening, and then down into the 60s starting off saturday morning. a look at the holiday weekend and into next week in about ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >>> so far we're looking great. the weekend's here, and our roadways are clear. that rhyme was not on purpose. just happened that way. let's take a live look at some of our area bridges. the american legion bridge is looking good as we head over to the key bridge, i love how it's
's most intense manhunts to finally nab reputed mob bos james whitey bulger. here's a preview for you. >>> arrested in in his teens, he was arrested. his shock of white hair earned him the name whitey. bulger imagined himself boston's version of hollywood's gangster jimmy kag knee. instead of red carpets he was headed to alcatraz. a string of bank robberies ha handing him in federal prison at age 25. he did his time and upon release vowed h ewould never, ever go back. "boston globe" reporters uncovered the deal he made to make sure of that. >> we started doing research in 1988 and he hadn't gotten so much as a parking ticket. >> whitey bulger fresh from prison went to work as an informant. but he wanted more and stopped at nothing to get it. >> he went on a killing rampage. in one month he killed six guys in 1992. >> he was am beneficiary making his move. >> and he was making his move with this man, aka, the rifle man. among their alleged victims, steve flemmi's girlfriend. give me three words that describe whitey bulger? >> stone cold killer. >> now whitey bulger has pleaded not guil
bring it on there in the first place? we'll get a live update next. plus, whitey bulger's girlfriend is headed to court. the feds say she helped one of the fbi's most wanted stay on the run for years. and now her lawyers are trying to spring her from the jail. that's coming up. live from the valley of the sun in chase field in phoenix. een rg pain for over 100 years. and today, we're re-inventing aspirin for pain relief. with new extra-strength bayer advanced aspirin. it has microparticles so it enters the bloodstream faster and rushes relief right to the site of your tough pain. ♪ in fact, it's clinically proven to relieve pain twice as fast new bayer advanced aspirin. extra strength pain relief, twice as fast. you know that comes with a private island. really? no. it comes with a hat. you see, airline credit cards promise flights for 25,00miles, but... [ man ] there's never any seats for ,000 miles. frustrating, isn't it? but that won't happen with the capital one venture card. you can book any airline anytime. hey, i just said that. after all, isn't traveling hard enough? ow. [
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whitey bulger the most feared man in boston. deb feyerick is here with a sneak peek at her special "stone cold killer." >>> the president and congressional leaders tangling over raising the debt ceiling. our next guest says don't bother. republican candidate tim pawlenty is here in the "american morning" studios. nine minutes past the hour. we're back in just a moment. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] more people are leaving bmw, mercedes, and lexus for audi than ever before. ♪ experience the summer of audi event and get over 130 channels of siriusxm satellite radio for three months at no charge. but i did. they said i couldn't fight above my weight class. but i did. they said i couldn't get elected to congress. but i did. ♪ sometimes when we touch ha ha! millions of hits! [ male announcer ] flick, stack, and move between active apps seamlessly. only on the new hp touchpad with webos. over raising the debt ceiling. our next guest says don't >>> probably heard this before, i'm telling it to you, the debt ceiling talks have hit the wall after meeting for five straight days, the president
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>>> a not guilty plea from james whitey bulger today to charges he participated in 19 murders. the 81-year-old nodded to his two brothers, one a former massachusetts state senator as he entered the south boston courtroom. he has a court appointed attorney. no one in bulger's family has come forward to help pay for the defense of the former crime boss. many relatives of bulger's alleged victims attended today's hearing and a reporter asked what justice would look like. >> sticking a needle in his arm and watching him clothes his eyes. you know. or hanging him on the beach. >> it is horrific knowing he is hopping in jets, helicopters. he should ride on route 3 like the rest of us. >> last week bulger was transported 45 miles from the jail to the airport nearest the courthouse. he was caught last month in santa monica after 16 years on the run. >>> a dream job. those that were able to become astronauts, that dream is now dwindling. with the nasa fleet heading for retirement there just isn't much left for them to do. >> this is mission specialist number 1. michael fink. >> reporter: he has liv
whitey bulger appeared in court for a bail hearing she is charged with harbouring a fugitive and faces up to five years in prison if convicted, they have asked he be released on home confinement. bulger pleaded not guilty to a string of crime that is kept him on the run for 16 years. >>> it was an epic win, coming up the hometown hero, who came up big to help the u.s. advance in the women's world cup. >>> pretty gut ski move, marine invite as movie star to a military ball her response coming up. >>> plus hot, humid you thought today was bad, wait your extended forecast may get better. >> how about a brain freeze. 711 celebrated its -- 7 eleven separated giving away -- celebrated giving away slurpees.  >>> the jury selection continues in roger clemens trial. 36 people need to qualify for the jury before government defense lawyers use their pre- emptory challenges to narrow the panel to 12 and four alternates today they have chosen more than 20. >>> a soccer player molded on the fields of prince william county now in the spotlight worldwide u.s. women's world cup team
hosted town halls on youtube and facebook. >>> former mob boss james whitey bulger is scheduled to be arraigned for his alleged role in 19 murders. the fugitive who was on the fbi's most wanted list was captured in california last month after 16 years on the run. >>> on this fateful day in 1957 iconic musical partners paul mccartney and john lennon of the beatles met for the first time. all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. an alternate juror in the casey anthony trial defends the not guilty verdict. plus, an exclusive interview with the case's lead prosecutor. >>> and the road trip continues. the latest on prince william and catherine's tour of canada. now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. the day today o
. >>> james whitey bulger is due back in a boston courtroom this afternoon to be arraigned on murder charges. the 81-year-old was arrested in california last week after 16 years on the run. bulger on the fbi's top ten most wanted list faces charges in 19 mob related hits. >>> jury selection in the perjury trial for roger clemens begins today. he faces federal charges he lied when he denied using performance enhancing drugs. the trial will last six weeks. he could face up to 12 years in prison. >>> attorneys for dominique strauss-kahn will meet with prosecutors to go over the case against the client. the reports tuesday indicated that the manhattan da would be dropping the charges against strauss-kahn after numerous questions began surfacing about his alleged accuser, a hotel maid who says she was raped by strauss-kahn. >>> the first for the white house, a twitter town hall meeting with the president obama this afternoon. he will likely answer questions about the economy and jobsch the questions that he answers will be moderated by the social media site. they say thousands of questions have b
threats. >>> whitey bulger pleaded not guilty today charged in the racketeering diameter linking him to 19 murders. bulger is accused of running a -- racketeering indictment linking him to 19 murders. bulger is accused of running a crime syndicate. >>> roger clemens in d.c. as his criminal trial gets underway, find out how this courtroom drama is expected to play out. >>> later an army soldier accused of breaking into this adult video store, but it's what he was doing inside that has people talking tonight. >>> and check out some of the other stories in our rundown. the news edge at 11:00 is coming right back. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. >>> jury selection in the perjury trial of roger clemens got underway today at the federal courthouse in d.c. the former pitching superstar is accused of lying to congress. clemens swore on under oath in 2008 he never used steroids or human growth hormones but the government believes otherwise. fox 5's paul wagner has that story. >> reporter: roger clemens arrived this morning at the u.s. courthouse for what appears to be a major showdown between
money. and what we call that is a recession. >> whitey bulger is supposed to be on trial. i guess he is not a federal case. but federal courts around the country, what happens if there's no money to pay the clerks, the judges, everything that goes on in a federal courthouse? >> we really -- it's amazing, we really don't know. as you know, lawrence, in federal shutdowns, there is legislation governing who stays on and who doesn't. it's people who are vital to national security, vital to protecting people. we don't have legislation like that for a debt default. it isn't clear what would be legal and what isn't. it isn't even clear. let's say you're a member of the fbi. you don't want to go home because your work is vital to the nation and you assume you'll get paid eventually. it's not clear you can keep coming to work lawfully. >> thank you for joining me tonight, ezra. >>> coming up, the person who did the ads for senator ted kennedy nearly 20 years ago knew exact lee how to hit mitt romney, a devastating anti-romney ad that never aired is coming up. >>> and jon stewart has to bring
money on terrorist measures. >>> accused mob boss, james whitey bulger. >> just a short time ago, bulger pleaded not guilty to participating in 19 murders. the boston mobster was arrested last month in california. 16 years after he went on the run with his long-time girlfriend. the former leader of the infamous winter hill gang is accused of participating or planning the murders during his decade as one of boston's most notorious gangsterless. he nodded to his brothers. >> bulger is now 81 years old. >>> the army psychiatrist with ties to maryland will stand trial in military court for the fort hood massacre. major nidal nidal hasan is charged with 14 counts of murder, after he allegedly went on a deadly rant on an army base in 2009. he could face the death penalty. hassan lived and worked in maryland before being relocated to fort hood. >>> and a grand jury signed off on four involuntary charges of manslaughter in a deadly bus crash. kim chung told police he fell asleep at the wheel, causing the deadly crash in may. four people were killed. dozens injured. the bus company has had its li
at whitey bulger's big stash and the secret spot where he kept it hidden. >>> is google changing the way your brain works? what new research is saying. >>> welcome back to the morning news. it's now 6:14 and google changing our brains? columbia university researchers say we may no be remembering as many facts as we used to because we know we can get that from the internet. they call it the google effect. psychologists say we are capable of remembering things that are not easily found online and our brains are more likely to remember where to find things. but they add that explains why some people feel a great loss when their internet connection goes down. >>> today president obama will meet with ruby bridges at the white house. bridges became the first african american child to attend an all white elementary school in new orleans. this norman rock well painting shows bridges on her way to school escorted by federal marshals. ruby bridges now 56 years old still lives in new orleans. she travels to schools around the country telling her story to children. >>> right now democrats and republ
fugitive reputed mobster and alleged killer james whitey bulger. hear why his name and reputation on the street made even the toughest tough guys tremble >>> ahead tonight, haunting videotapes made by the couple who kidnapped jaycee dugard and held her captive for 18 years. they show them stalking children on playgrounds. both of them at the same time they even videotaped parole officers who visited their home and failed over and over again to find jaycee dugard. every parent should see these tapes. be ride back. enters the bloodstream faster, and rushes relief to the site of pain. it's clinically proven to relieve pain twice as fast. new bayer advanced aspirin. but i did. they said i couldn't fight above my weight class. but i did. they said i couldn't get elected to congress. but i did. ♪ sometimes when we touch ha ha! millions of hits! [ male announcer ] flick, stack, and move between active apps seamlessly. only on the new hp touchpad with webos. >>> deadly violence in syria today as anti-government demonstrators clash with soldiers after prayers. at least one civilian was k
nail mob boss whitey bulger but even behind bars, what damage can he still do? deborah feyerick looks into that. >> i met whitey between the age of 15 and 16. >> reporter: john shay, nicknamed red, grew up in a tight knit world of south boston's old housing colony projects. a golden glove boxer with a wild streak wanted to be just like whitey bulger and the gangsters who ran southy. >> over there is colony project an over here the harbor projects where whitey grew up and santa monica church. next to there is the liquor store and the video store where it was base of operation. the guy was legendary. >> reporter: shay says bulger was the undisputed king of southy. >> he wanted to be as strong asbestos powerful and as rich as he could with. >> reporter: whitey was the toughest of them all. >> are you kidding me? he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: raised by a single mom, shay looked up to bulger as a father figure and mentor and s shay worked for bulger as enforcer shaking down debtors and in a bizarre negotiation he took to a basement and pulled a gun. >> it was c
. cbs' elaine quijano at the courthouse. >>> i want to get you the latest on the whitey bulger case. when the mob boss returns to court next week, he'll have a court appointed lawyer with him. meantime, the spot where the fbi's most wanted man was arrested last week turns out may be the most wanted place now in california. that's cbs news national correspondent reports. >> reporter: this is one of the hottest pieces of west coast real estate. the apartment where whitey bulger lived. after the feds said they found more than $800,000 hidden there, the rental agent's phone hasn't stopped ringing. >> there's a lot of people coming in from out of town and want to know where o.j. lived or where exactly was the murder that happened, but this one's amazing to me, because i think that people think there's money in the walls. >> reporter: but in court in boston thursday, bulger claim head didn't have enough money to pay for his own lawyer. the judge appointed one. prominent boston criminal defense attorney j.w. carnie. >> it's a daunting task. >> reporter: but red shane, a former key member o
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